#29 – Using MBTI in Teams to Improve How You Make Decisions

We go deeper into a whole new level of self-awareness as we learn about the Four Mental Functions

Everyone “has” and uses all four functions (Sensing, iNtuition, Thinking and Feeling)

Type dynamics = the order in which each type accesses and uses the four functions.

Click here to order your personalized report that shows the type dynamics for your type.

  1. Dominant function (favorite/driver/most used/if a superhero – it’s Batman)
  2. Auxiliary function (balances dominant function/if a superhero – it’s the sidekick – the Robin)
  3. Tertiary function (not in your type code/not used much/if like a person’s development in age – it’s the teenage years)
  4. Inferior function (least favorite or developed/like a person – it’s the infant years)

See how these 4 functions impact how you make decisions. This is one the most important insights from understanding your MBTI.

In any decision-making situation, we are likely to put most of our energy into – spend most of our time – using our dominant function.

Table below shows the amount of time during a 60 minute meeting that you would spend in each function. You’d spend half the time or 30 minutes in your dominant function and 5 minutes (or 0 if you ran out of time) in you inferior function.

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